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no, i don't wear makeup at all. it's not worth getting up 5+ min early to put it on xD sleep is more important. it's too time-consuming. i only wear it if i absolutely have to, like to a wedding or something. heck, i don't even know how to put on makeup. someone has to put it on for me LOL.
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I do for special occasions. Other than that, I only use makeup lightly (1-2 times per week).
Just the basic foundation, powder, eyeliner, and that's it.
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I draw in my brows to fill in gaps and I curl my lashes/mascara to open up my eyes.
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Posted 9/22/13
I wear make up sometimes when i go out. Just mascara and eyeliner is enough for me. *^^*
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Posted 9/22/13 , edited 9/22/13
Unfortunately my radiant beauty seems to destroy all makeup that gets near my face. All other humans look the same to me; very plain and unattractive compared to myself no matter what they do to themselves. I truly feel sorry for you all.
Posted 9/22/13
Really depends on whether I want to look like a clown or not-- on that day.
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I only wear makeup when I want to impress. For example, a job interview, or if I'm hanging out with a cute guy. Other than that, my plain face is sexy enough for anything the world wants to throw at me.
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Yo, let's get one thing straight.

Makeup =/= Beauty
Makeup =/= False Beauty

As a woman, it is my god damn right to choose to wear it and I will have no one, man or woman, tell me otherwise that I am projecting fake beauty or false advertising for it. It is a form of art and, if a woman so chooses, it can be a part of her battle armor. If you can't handle a woman who wears makeup because you don't like it or her natural face underneath, you don't deserve her. If you have the gaul to say people should see a woman's bare beauty for who she is, well, you sound pretty fucking judgmental already if you're already basing her on her looks, makeup or not. A woman does not wear makeup for anyone but herself.

Now down to business. The amount and type I wear changes on the seasons, weather, wardrobe choice, event and my mood. Of course I don't wear makeup daily--that would be a terror for my skin. On regular days, I conceal any spots if necessary then even out my skin tone with foundation and powder. Add a light dusting of blush. Light and medium brown eyeshadow to my eyes, winged eyeliner, mascara, fill in my eyebrows and add lipstick or chapstick. I'll never use lip-gloss. It's so sticky and shiny and gross to me. I keep my makeup very clean and classic; very Audrey Hepburn.

For evening occasions, I may wear a bit darker eye shadow and add a not-too-flashy pair of false lashes. I'll even use a bit of contouring powder. But these occasions are pretty rare. Birthdays, parties, etc.

I love wearing makeup and I love not wearing makeup. I love my natural face and I love it totally made up. I've been wearing makeup since I was ten and I don't plan to stop anytime soon.

With that added, I'd love to see more men wear it. It wasn't uncommon in many cultures throughout history. It's sad that it stopped.
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Posted 9/23/13
What does the term make-up mean? Does make up mean to "make-up" for the mistakes on your face? I've heard make-up is like art or inhance the features you already have but personally I really do not like it so I do not wear it. I use to wear some when I was younger cause I didn't think I was pretty. Then I stopped wearing it cause I stopped giving a damn, plus I couldn't stuff my face in a pillow freely with make-up XD. Make-up isn't for everyone, you like it or you don't.
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To cover my ugly self, the reason is.
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Posted 9/23/13 , edited 9/23/13
Only for special occasions, otherwise, I only wear chapstick. My make-up style is hardly noticeable, so it's not much of a difference. For events like weddings, anniversary parties, other nice get-togethers, interviews, and expensive restaurants, I feel that it's courteous to go the extra mile to look nice. In particular, dressing up helps give the impression that I care and looked forward to the event.
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Posted 9/23/13
Can't fix perfection. And...


Actually I don't wear it because #1. I've found that it really doesn't do all that much for me, and #2. I don't enjoy putting it on and taking it off. Some girls can pull makeup off really well and it looks great on them but it just isn't my thing.
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Girls are lucky they have make-up to make themselves look pretty(unless ur a cake face or somethin), for guys if ur ugly ur screwed!!!
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Posted 9/23/13

SamNavarro141 wrote:

Girls are lucky they have make-up to make themselves look pretty(unless ur a cake face or somethin), for guys if ur ugly ur screwed!!!


Not really. Men can wear make-up just as easily as we do, though it may often involve purchasing so-called women's products. Alot of male celebrities wear makeup, the practice of male cosmetics appears throughout history, and it's still common practice in some parts of the world. For example, the men of the Wodaabe/Bororo tribes of Niger, Cameron, Central African Republic, and Nigeria wear elaborate makeup, feathers, and other adornments to impress marriageable women.

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Posted 9/23/13 , edited 9/23/13

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SamNavarro141 wrote:

Girls are lucky they have make-up to make themselves look pretty(unless ur a cake face or somethin), for guys if ur ugly ur screwed!!!


Not really. Men can wear make-up just as easily as we do, though it may often involve purchasing so-called women's products. Alot of male celebrities wear makeup, the practice of male cosmetics appears throughout history, and it's still common practice in some parts of the world. For example, the men of the Wodaabe/Bororo tribes of Niger, Cameron, Central African Republic, and Nigeria wear elaborate makeup, feathers, and other adornments to impress marriageable women.


Ok well tribes i guess ur right but ummm make-up is Fake Beauty,do any of those tribal men look attractive to u??? all i know is make-up is suppose to make u look prettier and those tribal people have different reasons for it....No homo but ummm people like Zac Efron, Johnny Depp, Russell Brand use it too and they look attractive for their age sooo ummm are we both right and wrong or are women always right???

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